Andrew and Chance would like to dedicate this podcast to peace “I stand for life against death; I stand for peace against war.” Pablo Picasso


Picasso’s Dove became a symbol for the Peace movement after it was used to illustrate the poster of the World Peace Congress in Paris in April 1949, part of the series of conferences held at the end of the Second World War (also in Wroclaw, Sheffied and Rome). At the 1950 World Peace Congress in Sheffield, Picasso made a brief speech recounting how his father had taught him to paint doves, which he concluded with the quote above. Photo: Tate Gallery, London, 2004


Guest profile 

Chance Glenn is an innovator and entrepreneur who has been engaged in creative pursuits for the better part of his life. He holds a bachelor of science and a master of science degrees, and a PhD, all in electrical engineering, and has patents and publications in a host of focus areas.

He is the president and founder of Morningbird Media Corporation, where he and his colleagues have developed and prepared for launch the Electronic Alchemy eForge, a 3D printer capable of producing functional electronic devices. His team has utilized support from NASA to take this from product from concept to commercialization.

In addition to his technical pursuits, he is a tenured full professor, provost and vice-president of academic affairs at the University of Houston-Victoria (Texas), a practicing visual artist, and a Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter.



“I got involved with bitcoin ... early. And I’m talking about when it was a couple of hundred dollars.”

Chance Glenn



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